What does one, with a camera, do when they are waiting?
Takes pictures of what is right in front of them.
These were taken Friday morning.
It’s finally time to start taking pictures of taraxacum, aka, dandelion.
As I walked the dogs this morning I noticed the glistening dew drops. They were extra sparkly today. Was it because it was cold and the drops had frozen? We have 2 types of grass in my neighborhood. Flat grass and round grass. The dew beads up so beautifully on the flat grass. I had to photograph them and hoped I could capture that same moment of awe.
I finished walking the dogs, brought them into the house and fed them. I grabbed my camera and went back outside. Unfortunately a half hour makes all the difference when you’re photographing dew. They were no longer frozen little balls. They were now melted water drops, albeit pretty to look at. So I took some pictures.
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Today is the first day I have really paid attention to a local farm that I must pass along my daily travels at least 6 times a week. Today wasn’t really any different then any other day. Except, today was rainy, gray and gloomy. As I passed the farm today, I noticed how the water was beading up on bushes that were growing small green berries that were beginning to turn red (like holly).
Luckily I had my trusty camera with me. I turned my car around, pulled up to the curb and parked my car. I have never once (in the 18 years of living 5 minutes from this farm), even thought about walking around this small local farm. You know, the one that usually has an unattended stand with a basket for payment for items purchased.
Here is what I saw while I walked around..
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I realize I should take time to look at the things right in my back door.